The Weeknd must be falling hard for Selena Gomez, because he's openly expressing his love for her to the public. Also, Justin Bieber's relationship with his fans is getting tense. Why won't they respect his space? Plus, are Rob & Chyna really in it for the "long haul?" Tune in now to find out in the Hollyscoop Moments of the Week!
With Breitbart questioning Paul Ryan's future as speaker of the house, John Phillips and Dylan Byers discuss the GOP's sometimes cozy, sometimes contentious relationship with conservative media.
Taylor, who absorbed her twin in the womb, has chimerism. Find out what her life is like with two different blood streams and two immune systems, and why her skin is two different colors.
LaVar Ball, father of UCLA freshman and NBA prospect Lonzo Ball, is happy to see Steve Alford staying at UCLA to coach his younger sons, according to ESPN's Jeff Goodman.
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The Cavs’ defense has been a cause for concern this season. But head coach Tyronn Lue has a plan to improve it but doesn’t want to implement it now. “We’ve got to hold back,” Lue said after the Cavs loss to the Wizards. “We can’t show our hand early because … these are some good teams and we don’t want them to be able to come into a series and be able to adjust to what we do." Makes sense but the Cavs’ recent slide has given them a lot less breathing room in their race for the top seed in the East.
The White House is denying that President Trump had encouraged people to watch Judge Jeanine Pirro’s Fox News show Saturday because she called for House Speaker Paul Ryan to step down in the wake of the failed GOP health care bill.